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Thing About Skins
Signing of agreement between tribe, county delayed
Monday's scheduled signing of a cross-deputization agreement between the Blackfeet Tribe and Glacier County has been delayed...
Quechan tribe receives grants
Quechan tribal lands will have much improved sanitation and drinking water, due to a federal grant, tribal officials say...
Mohegan Sun places its bet on table games
While lawmakers consider the addition of table games as a source of revenue for the state, Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs is preparing for the day when gamblers can play poker, blackj...
Blackfeet cultural leader Clarence Wagner dies
Clarence "Curly Bear" Wagner, an American Indian historian who pressed for repatriation of ancestral remains to tribes, has died. He was 64...
History of Metis Indians to be focus of new panel
A 4-by-6-foot interpretive panel highlighting the history of the Metis Indians on the Rocky Mountain Front will be dedicated next week at the Ear Mountain Trailhead 25 miles west o...
Horse, dog tracks push idea of 'racinos'
Track owners are hoping to take advantage of the state’s dire finances to convince voters they should let them operate casinos, something they rejected seven years earlier...
Recreational use of sacred sites damaging to spirituality
Victor Morales, Today correspondent
Non-Indian interloper charged with marijuana possession on Schaghticoke reservation
Gale Courey Toensing
A non-Indian man who has been tearing up land and desecrating burial sites on the Schaghticoke Tribal Nation’s reservation has been stopped – at least temporarily – but with no tha...
Loretta Tuell breaks barriers in legal profession
Kelly Koepke, Today correspondent
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – An American Indian woman has been awarded one of the highest honors in the legal profession. Loretta A...
Trahant: ‘Talking and tinkering’ standard fare for IHCIA reauthorization
M ore than three decades ago another health care debate focused on Indian country...
7.0: Any tribal job a Skin can get, a Napikwon can get easier!
S kins tend to have interesting and complex relationships with white folks. Generally, we hate them or love them – we’re rarely indifferent...
Rosebud official contends state withholding evidence
A suspended Rosebud Sioux Tribal Council member contends he has not seen all of the evidence against him in allegations about attempted sexual assault involving a minor...
Wampanoag casino foes fed ammunition
The Mashpee Wampanoag tribe has no historical ties to land in Middleboro, an essential part of their bid to build an Indian casino, according to a report commissioned by a neighbor...
Quechans seek new top management for casino
A search is under way for a new chief executive officer for the Quechan Casino Resort, President Mike Jackson confirmed Friday...
Company on mission to fuel the future with biofuels
It may sound like something out of a science fiction film, but the fields of algae growing in plastic bags submerged in water in Southern Colorado are a reality and could be the fu...
Radio Provides Vital Information To Rural Tribes
At a time when most of America is inundated with new forms of communication technology, there is one segment of the country where a radio is still the most essential medium: Native...
Iowa tribes' woes a lesson for Flandreau
The 1990s were good to the Winnebago and Omaha Indian tribes of Nebraska...
Law professor building Native American program
Angelique EagleWoman remembers the moment when she decided she wanted to devote her life to law...
Shoshone elder buried in historic Washakie Cemetery
Every once in a while, one of the old ones comes back to Washakie in a casket...
Tulalips prepare to sell discounted gas
Want a deal on gas? Become a frequent gambler at either of the Tulalip Tribes’ casinos...
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